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Information by: Kache Midewa Neterkhet Sut El (Pa Neter Ra)

The presents of Muurs in the early Americas is very rarely discussed in your local high schools, and most people are under the impression that the way Muurs (so-called negroes) were introduced to the Americas was by way of the European slave trade. However the truth of the matter is that Muurs inhabited the Americas thousands of years before the ‘European’ ever came to this continent, which they learned from the old Muurish maps. There were three migrations to this continent before the fourth mongolian migration and finally the fifth European migration to this continent. The first three were blacks from Asia. We traveled back and forth from Turtle Island (America), to Asia, Europe, and Africa.

In fact, the British Troops that fought in America against the colonist were a diverse mix of British Europeans, Hexians, and Lenabe Muurs. The Lenabe helped the British (King George III and his army), as well as the Colonist particularly during the so-called American Revolution. The Continental Congress, desperate for fighting manpower permitted the recruitment of white slaves into the army, which was tantamount to granting them their freedom. Lord Dunmore, the Royal Governor of Virginia, freed the negroes (Moorish indentured servents from Africa) in his jurisdiction in the hope that they would join the "Ethiopian Regiment"/Lenabe Muurs.

The word Moor is a corrupted word referring to the people who came from Morocco. The Christians of the Iberian Peninsula began to use this term exclusively for Muslims when the they lost administrative control of northern parts of Spain and Portugal/Burtugal (Arabic word meaning orange). The word Moor is a corruption of the word ‘Amir’ , which means commander, such as Amir Al Bahr ‘Commander of the sea’. This is also where the English word ‘Admiral’ comes from, which is in the term Admiralty Law. However, when we (Great Council) use the word Muur we are using it as a shoter form of the Algonkian/Agoomegwin word SagaMuur (Divine King).

It is interesting that the Blackamoor's head was one of the earliest watermarks in the history of paper making. Examples collected date from about 1380 to 1460.

The truth of the matter is that we as Moors existed in Tula/America for thousands of years as the Olmec/Mandingo and Egyptian people. We taught the Aztecs and Mayas. The High Civilizations of Mexico (Maya and Aztecs) had acquired many of the cultural and religious traditions of the Mandingo people of West Africa, They called them the Olmec people( the rubber people).

When the Mayan hieroglyphs were broken down into their elemental parts they were similar not only to the ancient Libyan Berber writing, but also the Egyptian hieroglyphs. This is proof that the Olmec was not just Mandingo, but also Egyptian/Khemites. In fact the Egyptians and Mandingos were the exact same people.

Look at the picture on the right, it is an Olmec sculpture carved in jade; Mexico. 1150 B.C.

The Olmec spoke an aspect of the Mandingo languages spoken in West Africa, they often refered to themselves as Si, the black race. The ancient Maya also adopted many Olmec social institutions and Olmec symbolic imagery. The Mayans got many of their beliefs from the Olmec simply because pre Mayans were Olmecs.

This information was taken from The United Mawshakh Nation of Moors homepage. I hold no claims to this information.

U.M.N of M.
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